Contact for international availability.
Available in these states
NSW
QLD
SA
VIC
WA
contact

Casisano

Location_tag

Tuscany, Italy

The feeling of being at Casisano, surrounded by the gentrified nature of the Tuscan countryside, is like setting the clock back a century or so when hurry was an uncommon word; when the British-bourgeoisie could spend leisurely summers strolling the hills.

Wine list

Casisano Rosso di Montalcino DOC

2018

Deep ruby red, but nicely transparent. It has a complex bouquet that is reminiscent of violets, plums and red berry fruits, combined with delicate spicy hints. It is dry on the palate, with an attractive balance between its tannins and acidity.The finish is fresh and persistent.

Casisano Brunello di Montalcino DOC

2015

Deep ruby red with a garnet tinge in colour, the nose reveals all the elegant and fresh complexity of the fruity and spicy notes that are typical ofSangiovese. It displays a very attractive harmony on the palate, with rich fruit combining with velvety tannins, and an amazingly long finish.

Tuscany, Italy

43.7711° N, 11.2486° E

Tuscany is a transitional region occupying much of the former grand duchy of that name near the base of the Italian peninsula. The characteristic landscape is a blend of gently rolling hills leading on to sharply peaked mountains that pose a formidable barrier between Tuscany and regions to the south. It is bordered in the north and northeast by the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Apuan Alps, these being separated by a series of long valleys from the sub-Apennine hills of Mount Albano, Mount Pratomagno, and others. South of Siena the surface rises to less fertile mountains and plateaus, such as the Metallifere Mountains, Mount Amiata, and Mount Argentario on the coast. The lowlands of Tuscany are either interior valleys, such as that of the Arno River, or coastal plains, such as the Maremma. Area 8,877 square miles (22,992 square km). Pop. (2012 est.) 3,692,828.- Britannica

Explore region

winemaker

The feeling of being at Casisano, surrounded by the gentrified nature of the Tuscan countryside, is like setting the clock back a century or so when hurry was an uncommon word; when the British-bourgeoisie could spend leisurely summers strolling the hills.

vineyard

The terrain is a mosaic of galestro, sandstone, marl, and tuff of volcanic origin. The vineyards benefit from the Mediterranean breezes, and stay well-ventilated and dry with optimal diurnal ranges; all ideal for keeping the grapes healthy. The meager soil makes for grapes that develop evident structure and acidity, especially in the oldest cru vineyards.

viticulture

The feeling of being at Casisano, surrounded by the gentrified nature of the Tuscan countryside, is like setting the clock back a century or so when hurry was an uncommon word; when the British-bourgeoisie could spend leisurely summers strolling the hills.

Pure Wine Co Logo
Contact
hq@purewine.co
+ 61 (08) 8339 7883

7 Pomona Rd Stirling, SA, 5152

ABN: 69 167 820 304
LC: 5770324